first_imgThe tree lined property at 256 Eatons Crossing Road.THE tree-filled skyline around Eatons Crossing feels a world away from the bustling streets of inner Brisbane.With tall trees that are filled with koalas and other native wildlife, 256 Eatons Crossing Rd, in Warner was just what Carla Kelly wanted when she moved into the home nine years ago.“We were living in the main street of Everton Park at the time,” she said.“We really liked the space and the quietness.”Take a look inside.The home had more than enough space for her children, with four bedrooms in the double-storey brick home that overlooks the trees.The large shed is perfect for tradies.“The bedrooms are upstairs and the living room and kitchen are downstairs,” Ms Kelly said.Downstairs, a rumpus room was converted into a pool and bar room, and a separate room was used as a study.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market19 hours agoThere is an additional guesthouse that is separate from the main home that overlooks the inground pool.With another two bedrooms, bathroom and a kitchen, it could make the property ideal for dual living.“It’s a big house, we really like the size,” Ms Kelly said.Plenty of areas to entertain.A 12m by 12m shed with three phase power is perfect for tradies.Set on a 7886sq m block, the expansive property is lined with tall trees with greenery throughout the property.Ms Kelly said one of the advantages of the property was seeing the koalas that had made the trees their home.“We probably hear them every fortnight,” she said.Rumpus room that can double as a bar.With plans to downsize, the home was on the market.Ms Kelly said she would miss the space and the relaxed afternoons next to the spa and the pool area.“It is very private and secluded,” she said.The home is on the market now though LJ Hooker — Albany Creek.last_img

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